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11 edition of The Story of Hula found in the catalog.

The Story of Hula

by Carla Golembe

  • 96 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Bess Press, Inc. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dance - General,
  • Readers - Intermediate,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Performing Arts,
  • Hawaii,
  • History,
  • Hula (Dance),
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Children: Kindergarten

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12227803M
    ISBN 101573061859
    ISBN 109781573061858
    OCLC/WorldCa64227573

    Hula Sister tells its story with loving care through the voice of an authentic hula performer and scholar, with the colorful added voices of present and past hula masters enlivening the author s stories. This book helps the mind [of a dancer] to enter a world that may not be accessible another way, says one kumu after previewing the book. Find the hottest hula stories you'll love. Read hot and popular stories about hula on Wattpad.

    This book will encourage her to "hula" through life as she learns to live out her story with the unforced rhythm of grace. About the Author Robin Jones Gunn grew up in southern California and began writing for publication in , when her children were young. “An entertaining, illuminating, and empowering read, Ho’onani: Hula Warrior will make a welcome addition to classrooms, libraries, and story times!” — CM Magazine “This is a book that delicately tackles a difficult but important subject with sensitivity and without .

    COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.   The whole neighborhood’s got the itch—the hula-hoopin’ itch! With vibrant illustrations by Vanessa Brantley-Newton, The Hula-Hoopin’ Queen is a charming celebration of family and community ties. Set in Harlem, this intergenerational story shows the importance of staying young at : Lee & Low Books, Inc.


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The Story of Hula by Carla Golembe Download PDF EPUB FB2

This is a delightfully presented book. It is brilliantly illustrated with Golembe's signature guache paintings. She studied with a hula group in the DC area for over a year, so the information, while easy to read, is dead on in accuracy. A one page over-view of the history of hula and another one page of glossary round out this great book/5(11).

Hula's pages pulse with warmth and color." - Washington Parent. AUTHOR: Carla Golembe is a painter, illustrator, author and teacher. She is the author of numerous books for children, including The Story of Hula, which in won the Benjamin Franklin Award presented by the Pubishers Marketing Association.

All About Hula Dancing!. Author: Jane Mendez Illustrated by: Mrs. Howard's Kindergarten Class All About Hula Dancing Written by: Jane Mendez Illustrat. The Hula was originally written by Jerry Hopkins inwith assistance from Rebecca Kamili'ia Erikson, and it has been a significant narrative on the dance form ever since.

Hopkins's book was the first to offer readers a comprehensive history of hula aimed at a general audience. Three decades later, The Hula has not been superseded/5(14). Christian Slater. The Hula-Hoopin' Queen. Read by: Oprah Winfrey.

Written by: Thelma Godin. Illustrated by: Vanessa Brantley-Newton. Published by: Lee & Low Books. Read by: Oprah Winfrey. Suggested grade level: 2nd - 3rd.

Run time: 13 minutes. Kameeka is confident that today she will finally beat her rival, Jamara, and become the Hula-Hoopin. Catching the Moon: The Story of a Young Girl's Baseball Dream. Kevin Costner and Jillian Estell. The Hula-Hoopin' Queen. The Case of the Missing Carrot Cake. Somebody Loves You, Mr.

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A Tale of Two Beasts. A True History of the Hula Hoop book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. free spirit spontaneous and intuitive though this is partly channelled into dedicated practise and mastery of the hula hoop. The parallel story is well done and the history of the hula hoop interspersed provides a neat transition from one /5.

The Story of the Hula book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Long ago, people in Hawaii, performed a special dance called the 'hu /5.

1, views. The Elves and the Shoemaker read by Chrissy Metz. - Duration: 6 minutes, 29 seconds. Turkey Trouble read by Marc Maron. - Duration: 5 minutes, 57 seconds. 1, views Views: K. Get this from a library. The story of hula.

[Carla Golembe] -- Tells the history of the hula, from modern hula as an entertainment, to ancient hula, which teaches the spiritual and cultural traditions of Hawai'i. An Optional Hula class is offered by Kumu Malia free of charge at the end of the walk.

This walk story begins at the Waikiki Bandstand in Kapiolani Park and ends at Still & Moving Center, Queen Street, Honolulu, a community based mindful movement Center that has been offering multicultural classes, events and workshops for over 7 years, in Work Location: The Hula stories also come from their cultures’ ancient sacred texts.

The Hula, however, goes further in that it also tells stories of the history of the Hawaiian people. The Hula uses arm, hand and hip motions to portray the story, rather than facial expressions like the Kathak.

The History of Hula. Most of the information in this article comes from the Bishop Museum publication HULA HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES. Details of this book are listed in the Bibliography section.

That hula has been part of Hawaiian culture since ancient times, perhaps even from before there were people living in the islands now called Hawaiian, is. The history of hula deals with two different forms of hula.

They are Hula Kahiko, (ancient hula) and Hula Auana (modern hula). Hula Kahiko was danced by the ancient Hawaiians as a religious homage to their Gods. This ancient dance was accompanied by meles (chants), drums, bamboo rattles, rock castanets and striking sticks.

The Story Of Hula Carla Golembe & Vicky Holt Takamine The Bess Press Harding Ave., Honolulu, HI $ Carla Glembe's The Story Of Hula is a picturebook with a narrative audio CD all about the meaning and expression of the Hawaiian hula dance. Source: A common misconception about hula is that it’s a dance tradition strictly for women.

Nope. In ancient Hawai’i, men were the first to dance hula, and the best dancers were even chosen to become warriors.

Today, Ke Kai O Kahiki—one of Hawai’i’s most famous male hula schools—is carrying on this tradition by telling warrior. The Natives Are Restless: A San Francisco dance master takes hula into the 21st century (by Constance Hale, published by Nā Lei Hulu and Spark Press) A new coffee-table book tells the story of Patrick Makuakāne and Nā Lei Hulu through a stirring narrative, striking photographs, and arresting moments from performances through the years.

The Hula Hoopin' Queen book. A spunky girl has a hula-hooping competition with her friends in Harlem, and soon everyone in the neighborhood—young and old alike—joins in on the fun.

Kameeka is confident that today she will finally beat her rival, Jamara, and become the Hula-Hoopin’ Queen of th Street.

But then Mama reminds her that today is their neighbor Miz Adeline’s birthday, and /5(1). The Hula-Hoopin' Queen by Thelma Lynne Godin and Vanessa Brantley-Newton.

Kameeka is determined to defeat Jamara Johnson and become the Hula Hoopin’ read more. Kameeka is determined to defeat Jamara Johnson and become the Hula Hoopin’ Queen of th Street. Kameeka’s so preoccupied with thoughts of victory that she makes a mistake setting the oven temperature for the.

With vibrant illustrations by Vanessa Brantley-Newton, The Hula-Hoopin’ Queen is a charming celebration of family and community ties.

Set in Harlem, this intergenerational story shows the importance of staying young at heart. Check out The Hula-Hoopin' Queen in the Building Classroom Community in Second Grade unit and collection. Along California's High about miles northeast of Los Angeles, stands an enormous weather-beaten billboard of a girl in a hula skirt.

The sign says, "You've reached Hulaville," a desert park built and operated for almost forty years by poet and artist Miles Mahan. Recorded in Victorville, CA. Premiered July 7,on All.Origins of Hula Before Western contact, hula was danced for social enjoyment but its chants also preserved epic tales, myths, history and philosophy.

A dancer's rigorous training and performance were taken seriously with dancers paid and materially supported by the ruling ali`i.Even in Hawaiian legend, one can’t quite pinpoint the exact birthplace of hula.

Wherever its precise origin may be, one thing is certain, hula always tells a story. Hula has survived for centuries through the teachings of devout cultural practitioners—even despite a time when the Hawaiian language was outlawed—and is p.